Happy Holidays! If you like dog shows, THIS EPISODE IS FOR YOU. We give our Thanksgiving sports reports, Check in with Claire, and join World’s Greatest Human Elizabeth Berkley and the Christmas Creep in the epic Hallmark Movie “Lucky Christmas”. We are riveted by the National Dog Show and all of it’s awesomeness. Hot New Movies are pitched and vocabulary lessons are taught. Our Black Friday bargain adventures and missed connections are chronicled as well.
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Jon goes out of his way to try and convince Brad and Alex to see “The Tree of Life”. Furtive glances and skeptical looks are exchanged. Captain America throws his mighty shield and we learn how unglamorous that ever-lovin’ Hulk is. Attack the Block is fine and dandy but is probably not the greatest film ever created despite what internet wackadoos think. Sylvester Stallone is Lion and Kevin James is Zookeeper. Some people are opposed to talking animals others are enthralled and happily awaiting more in the future. Transformers 3 is much more fun with booze! Smuggle some fun into your next 3D Excursion! In other news the Harry Potter series is finally over. Hoorah!
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Need to beat the heat? Listen to these cool cats! Alex is off camping but Jon and Brad are battling the summer slump. Shorts are still inappropriate for grown men, even if you are pretending to be a pizza. The new Spider-Man trailer is here and we can definitely say, It’s going to be another one, again. Freakshow season returns our wacky old pals “My Strange Addiction” and “Hoarders.” People are bitching about Netflix because that’s what people like to do. We get bogged down in statistical polling but cheer up by playing a new game about death.
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The Golden Eagle is coming for you and everyone you love! Supposing you survive that maybe you can take a swim with the Kangaroo. Alex is here to give you all the animal facts you crave whilst Brad is prepped with a scholarly history of capers and caprices. Double Summer Camp Shenanigans are being preparred and Alex will be dealing with smart kids that bamboozle him and dumb kids that are going to get pregnant under his supervision. We talk about our awesome experience at a film screening (Hint: Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake might just have found true love!) and make our first bold hearty attempt to see “Transformers 3: Invitation to the Dark Side of The Robot Night Eclipse with the Bad Guys that Get’em” for some reason.
Alex is a goddamn filthy degenerate liar, Jon is again mocked by crappy improvisers, and Brad is given some hot tips from non-economically priced throat lozenges. The Contest Winner and their giant box of loot is finally announced. We hit the cinema to catch up on the summer blockbusters: The X-men First Class, The Super 8, The Green Lantern, and The Bridesmaids. Things get a little emotional and a little frightening as we say goodbye to our dear friend, the consumate pedophile, Charles and end our Charles in Charge rewatch.
Despite some upsetting technical issues we deliver this amazing super special episode in which we take a look ahead to the entire slate of upcoming films for 2011 and speed through what will surely be the best and worst of our collective cinematic futures.
Also we learn about the magic of ice skating in a top hat, bowling in a top hat, enjoying dramatic readings from crazy people that don’t know the difference between creativity and a top hat, as well as receive a call from friend of the show
Fat Albert (who doesn’t have a top hat).
We take a trust fall into the dark dangerous devil-majicks of the Tarot. Unleash a cry for justice to be served as Jonathon gets wronged, Alex gets an ego boost, and Brad gets Marmaduke.
We delve into some 80’s nostalgia and reminisce about Saved by the Bell, Wheel Chair Kids and the 1988 menagerie of crazy known as “Mac and Me” teaches us valuable lessons about the proper care and handling of Mysterious Alien Creatures as well as the importance of communication and a good Big Mac to maintaining a healthy relationship.
It’s our epic rundown of the Summer Movies of 2010 with special in-studio guest Jon Pernisek. No stone is left unturned as we break it down week by week. Who gave the go ahead to Charlie St. Cloud? Did “Babies” give you a panic attack? Who were the assholes that went to see “Grown-ups”? Let us know. Come forth and witness what will surely be the birth of the Marmacast!
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